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At the post office of his original design.
At the post office of his original design. At this museum you can see the more serious aspect of his artistic enterprise, that of public life. At the museum you can see some of the original furniture as well as his plans.
Yet another patchwork of architectural styles, but predominantly Gothic
This is the Viennese residence of Austria's most famous composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and a branch of the Vienna Museum
Has one of the most elaborate Baroque interiors in Europe
A museum documenting the history of Vienna's substantial Jewish community which included Zweig, Freud, Herzl, Mahler, and Schoenberg
Notable mainly as the site of the Kaisergruft, a mausoleum housing the tombs of generations of Habsburg royalty
Yet another example of the gruesome divide-and-conquer burial strategy of the Habsburg dynasty
Underneath the Judenplatz (The Jewish Square), you will find this underground medieval synagogue excavation
A cinema for showing specially curated films and retrospective